THERE is no time like the present as Bryan Hughes seeks an improvement in Wrexham's away form.

Although the Reds boasted an impressive home record on route to securing a play-off spot last term, Hughes felt results could have been better on their travels.

And with tonight's clash at Boreham Wood followed by Saturday's trip to Dover Athletic, Hughes knows the importance of getting into the habit of picking up positive results in away matches.

"Our home form was fantastic last season but away from home, a couple of results were a bit sticky at times over the course of the season," said Hughes,

"That is an area where we can improve and try and see games out a bit better.

"I think the biggest thing is to try and get yourself in front like Barrow did against us.

"Obviously they didn't see it out but it gives you something to hold onto away from home because the emphasis is on the home team to come at them.

"We will be organised, hopefully a bit more resolute this year on our travels and then hopefully that will pick us up a few more points."

Hughes wants Wrexham to play the same way whether they are home or away.

"The principals are the same how I want us to play, whether it is home or away," said Hughes. "That won't change.

"Our game management might change at times; there are always critical moments when you are on top or the opposition are on top.

"Can you see them moments when they are on top out and when we are on top, can we finish teams off.

"I thought we could have done that against Barrow maybe a little bit better but it is something to work on and hopefully we can take some of the good play that we showed against Barrow into Boreham Wood and Dover, and get some positive results."

Wrexham came from behind to beat Barrow 2-1 on Saturday and Hughes wants to build on that win.

"It was good to get the win and kick-start our season," said Hughes.

"Now we will focus all our efforts on Boreham Wood.

"We will go there full of confidence. The boys showed a lot of character to come back against Barrow in the second half so they will be buoyed by that and hopefully take it into Boreham Wood."